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Solution #1 (recommened) source http://superuser.com/a/763396/34893 The easiest way is setting the language by pressing ctrl+A (or only the words in that language) then click the language button in the status bar > Mark selected text as and select the correct language ... Solution #2 source http://superuser.com/a/763425/34893 You can use ...


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If disable the Intel driver hotkey feature is not usefull, you can try to change the hotkey and then disable it. On my computer, this method works.


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You can use #InputLevel if you use AHK v1.1+ http://ahkscript.org/docs/commands/_InputLevel.htm ::ee::by the way #InputLevel, 1 r::Send e


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No, but hilariously enough you can repeatedly tap the left arrow, then down arrow to go through and collapse all the groups. Left arrow to collapse the group, and down to go to the next group. You could also use the right arrow to expand all group. It's kinda dumb but it works!


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Although this is not quite what you are asking, it might be of interest. I do the following: right click on the bookmark you want select copy from the menu go to the desktop right click on the desktop and click paste shortcut right click on the shortcut once it is in place, select the Web Document tab and enter the short cut you want in the Shortcut Key ...


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Press sequentially: 1.- WinKey 2.- Esc 3.- Shift+Tab You should be now focused on the Windows Desktop (try typing the name of any of your icons, and it will be selected). Valid for any Windows version, since Windows XP (and older). Pending to confirm for Windows 8.1 (if someone can, please test and report).


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Source WMPKeys: Adds Global Hot Keys To Windows Media Player To change hotkeys go to Options -> Plug-ins, select Wmpkeys Plugin and click Properties to open the Settings for WMP Keys. There you can input any combination of keys for different functions. Source WMP Keys The default hotkeys do not seem to include Alt+Number Note According to ...


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I think it's some bug. It should be hidden after custimizeable delay that can be set in display settings. I'm using ThinkPads for more than 10 years (since t40) never seen keyboard shortcut like this (to turn off OSD fade out). Software responsible for OSD sometimes stuck and volume bar is not fading out. You can kill process responsible for that ...


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I was missing this feature, too, and I solved it. Your red circle 1 (open dialog at Mark tab): Create an AutoHotKey macro, which converts custom shortcut Ctrl+Shift+M into keystrokes ^+M::Send ^+f+{Tab}{Right} ;sends Ctrl+Shift+F, Shift+Tab, right arrow :) I recommend using this macro in proper context as shown in this answer. Note: be sure you are ...



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